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Inamul Hassan
Rewti Raman Dubey
Arshad Ahmed Khan
Arpit Tyagi
Venkata Saikiran

08 167.Q U PROJECT DESCRIPTION A N Manufacturing building material goods to customers by GUINNESS TI TA GHANA LTD to make optimum allocation from two plants TI SILCHAR AND HAILANKANDI to various customers at a V E minimum transportation cost T E The collected data for MARCH16-FEBRUARY17 (thousand) on transportation cost is shown in the C table below.99 31.90 108 65.36 33.70 81.28 321 1298 SHILLONG 145.82 154. This data indicates the transportation matrix showing the supply (capacity).21 22.05 64.99 126.19 87.4 1948 DEMAND 465 605 451 338 260 183 282 127 535 . demand.27 102.81 71.45 39.68 38. and H the unit cost per full truck NI Q Table 4 The matrix representation of the problem ( 103 ) U ES PLANT VIJAY RICKY MANASH INAMUL RAMAN SURAJ ARPIT ADITYA ARIF CAPACITY SILCHAR 39.

98x + 64.81x15 + 71.90x + 107.45x + 39. E T Using the shipping cost data of Table 4 the annual transportation cost in thousand is written as : E MINIMIZE C 39. 3.Q U PROBLEM FORMULATION A FORMULATION OF PROBLEM N Let Y1=plant site at SILCHAR TI TA Y2=plant site at SHILLONG TI Xij = the units shipped in crates from plant i to distribution centre j V i =1.82x + 154.28x18 + 321. 9. 2.70x13 + 81.19x + 87.. 9..27x12 + 102. 2.36x + 33.. 3.68x14 + 38.044x19 + H 145.08x + 167. and j=1..99x11 + 126..38x 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 NI Q CONSIDER CAPACITY CONSTRAINT U 1) x11 + x12 + x13 + x14 + x15 + x16 + x17 + x18 + x19 ≤ 1298 ES 2) x + x + x + x + x + x + x + x + x ≤ 1948 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 DEMAND CONSTRAINT 1) x11 + x21 =465 6) x16 + x26 =183 2) x12 + x22 =605 7) x17 + x27 =282 3) x13 + x23 =451 8) x18+ x28 =127 4) x14 + x24 =338 9) x19 + x29 =535 5) x15 + x25 =260 xij ≥ o for all i and j .05x + 64.21x17 + 22.99x16 + 31.

Q U LINDO PROBLEM A N TI TA TI V E T E C H NI Q U ES .

Q U LINDO RESULT 1 A N TI TA TI V E T E C H NI Q U ES .

Q U LINDO RESULT 2 A N TI TA TI V E T E C H NI Q U ES .

690 Q x18 0.000 35.080 x26 61.000 4 0.000 9 0.216.000 1 0.190 ES x19 0.750 5 0.000 -107.000 -75.000 -138.360 x24 338.000 x28 127.000 x29 535.380 282.Q OPTIMAL SOLUTION & SENSITIVITY REPORT U A OPTIMAL SOLUTION (MARCH 2016-FEBRUARY2016) SENSITIVITY REPORT N Objective Function Value = 245.450 x25 0.980 x23 0.000 0.000 128.980 E C x15 260.990 TI V x12 0.000 0.000 13.000 0.000 0.380 7 0.000 .000 -64.000 19.000 189.820 H x16 122.190 U 6 0.650 x21 0.000 0.000 0.000 NI x17 0.000 -39.000 E x13 451.000 -33.000 x27 11 0.000 15.000 0.000 53.000 T x14 0.000 -64.000 -167.800 x22 605.9 Constraints Slack/Surplus Dual Prices TI Variable Value Reduced cost TA x11 465.000 0.000 -74.000 0.480 3 0.440 2 0.000 69 .000 2.000 0.100 10 0.000 8 0.000 0.